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Old 13th May 2004
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Default Still having problems with playing Real "rm" files

I have build 100.808 of BSPlayer installed, and I have the Real Player Alternative 1.22 installed. I can play "rm" files using the classic Windows Media Player 6.4.8.1 that installed with the Real Player Alternative.

But when I try to open an "rm" video file with BSPlayer, it just pops up an error box that says "Can't open file".

I tried searching the forum, and found the thread that said to go to my Windows XP "Run" box and enter "regsvr32 RealMediaSplitter.ax", so I did that, but it didn't help. (Actually the post referred to "rmsplitter.ax"...is what I have the same thing? I don't have an rmsplitter.ax file...)

Any other help? This is such a great player; it's playing everything else I throw at it just fine...except "rm" files.
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As I am also interested to know whether realmedia works on BSplayer or not, I'll tell you something that may help.

Click here and download the RealMedia Splitter (RealMediaSplitter.ax). Then try to register it by doing exactly what the thread,which you read, says. :D
(Type: regsvr32 "RealMediaSplitter.ax")
Please let me know if BSplayer works afterwards.

P.S: I think that BST actually "locked" the playback of realmedia files or maybe real alternative is just too hard to be used.. :P
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It's not BSPlayer's fault. I have installed RM dll's mentioned in my post
http://forum.bsplayer.org/viewtopic.php?t=3042
and all is ok.
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(Type: regsvr32 "RealMediaSplitter.ax")
Please let me know if BSplayer works afterwards.
As I said in my original post, I've already done this.

In the interim, I've discovered that some RM files will play in BSPlayer, but others will not; the latter just pop up the "Can't open file" error box. Yet all my RM files will play in Real Alternative Player (using the old WMP6) just fine.
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Probably you lack one of the dlls requiered to play. Have you tryied the links in my post ?
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(Type: regsvr32 "RealMediaSplitter.ax")
Please let me know if BSplayer works afterwards.
As I said in my original post, I've already done this.
Yes, I know. However, I told you to download the RealMediaSplitter.ax and THEN type.. blah, blah :P

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Probably you lack one of the dlls requiered to play.
Read alternative includes everything that is required to play real media files. Media Player Classic can play all my real media files. BSplayer plays some RM files and it doesn't play others.. :?
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Yes, I know. However, I told you to download the RealMediaSplitter.ax and THEN type.. blah, blah :P
Since I already have RealMediaSplitter.ax in my System32 folder, I'm not sure that putting it there again is going to accomplish much.
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Read alternative includes everything that is required to play real media files. Media Player Classic can play all my real media files. BSplayer plays some RM files and it doesn't play others.. :?
That's exactly what I'm experiencing.
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